File:Street of Tunis in 1908.JPG|thumb|300px|right|'''Blanche McManus' Street of Mosques, Tunis, 1908'''.
'''Blanche McManus''' (1869–1935)[http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n89602402.html "McManus, Blanche, 1869-1935" from Library of Congress Name Authority File]. was an American writer and artist.
LibriVox recording of Our Little English Cousin by Blanche McManus. Read in English by Cori SamuelFind out about the life of Edith, a little English child living at the turn of the last century. This is a fictionalised account of her daily life and also relates special events including visits to Windsor Castle, Kew Gardens and many other delightful parts of the country. The story is simply-told and highly suitable for all ages. This recording is dedicated to the Distributed Proofreaders who... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, children, London, Britain, england, eton, windsor castle, river thames
LibriVox recording of Our Little Hindu Cousin, by Blanche McManus. This book is one of a series that aims at describing other cultures to children in an entertaining way that honors the culture, educates the child and keeps their minds open to the possibility of other people living wonderful lives in far off places. "Our little cousins of Hindustan are charming little people, even though their manners and customs and their religion are so very different from our own. India is a big... Topics: LibriVox, audiobook, children, hindu, cousin
A story about the life of a boy in Scotland in the early 1900s. A part of the "our little cousin" series. Topics: juvenile literature, Scotland, historical fiction, social studies, cousin series, scotish culture
LibriVox recording of Our Little English Cousin by Blanche McManus. Read in English by Frances Brown; Kate Sterner; Lynne Thompson; Michele Eaton; Greg Giordano This delightful little book is another in the "Our Little Cousin" series that offered American children insight into what their young counterparts in other lands were like; the games they played and the life they lived. - Summary by Phil Chenevert For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS... Topics: librivox, audiobooks